The Gentleman Corpse himself introduces two little-known tales from the past, as well as an all-new story in this special one-shot featuring 28 pages of beer-stained art and story from Eisner Award- and Horror Guild-nom'd writer/artist/gadfly Ben Templesmith (Welcome to Hoxford).
Wormwood is still kicking, Mr. Pendulum is in pieces, the Earthly Dimension has a few bruises and the squidly things are rather annoyed. Not that they're ever happy, you understand, but this time they're particularly angry and have a little something up their sleeves. Those celaphods can fight dirty when they want to! With writing and art courtesy of Spike-TV Scream Award-winner and Eisner-award nominee Ben Templesmith.
Things are spiraling out of control. The plans of the dark forces at work come full circle as Wormwood attempts to use stern language (and a few other things) to stop an ancient world-eating god from treating the city as an appetizer before moving on to the rest of the planet... Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Fell) continues with his new all-eerie and humorous series
Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Fell) continues with his new all-eerie and humorous series. The bodies continue to pile up as Wormwood and his oddball entourage continue their investigation into just what has been gestating inside many of the victims and who's behind it. Well, at least they would be if you could get them out of the pub for more than five minutes.
You've had your first Taster of Wormwood, and now its time for a full refill! Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Singularity 7, Fell) creates an all-eerie and humorous series. Things are awakening in the city. Things that have a nasty habit of leaving mutilated bodies in their wake and it all reeks of demons and dark gods up to no good. Owing a favor to his lazy ghost cop buddy Trotsky, Wormwood, the gentleman corpse and his oddball entourage are brought in to investigate the case (or at least hopefully not stuff it up too much.)
Ben Templesmith returns with his first solo project since Singularity 7. Meet Wormwood, the English-accented, beer-drinking, sentient corpse possessing a maggot expat from the Hell dimension. Well, one of them. If he's not attempting to save Earth from demonic, parasitic fungal infections or undead strippers, then he's off drinking with his homemade mechanical sidekick, Mr. Pendulum.